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now and a lot to talk about when it comes to google. nicole: by the way, first of all, it is at 9/11 and change. that is pretty unbelievable watching google get closer and closer to 1000. what is going on. this stock was $250. obviously, there you can see a nice run-up. morgan stanley put a new price target up from 932. they have and over weight rating on google before thank you so much. larry page has vocal cord paralysis, but nothing else. connell: going from bad to worse for bloomberg news. dagen: word that a senate committee may investigate snooping by bloomberg reporters. elizabeth macdonald has done some of her legit snooping and here is what she has found out. liz: the peoples bank of china now weighing in saying it is concerned about the snooping allegations by bloomberg. the list is growing. the bank of england yesterday said they call this activity reprehensible. the bank of japan and england are the latest entrant to this growing list. here is what china central bank is actually saying. it is saying it is aware of the situation. it is aware of the matter. we are in a pr
and you like energy. no google. know tech. >> we own some google, we and some names like that. we would not be buying them today. trying to give viewers an opportunity where they can put capital, where they should be allocating today. is clearly something where gold miners as an example we are probably early but we believe there's a double value over the next 24 to 36 months that come out 60%. we want to start accumulating those. energy still looks very good. that is the secular trend. when we look at bond the fed is going to take their paddle off of the accelerator and when they do long-term interest rates, not short-term but long-term interest rates are going to spike and people are going to be very, very sorry if they did not trend depositions or reduce their durations or if they're looking to make profits to shorten those bond positions as well. dennis: thank you for that, good day to you. cheryl: want to remind everyone you are looking at a live picture, we are told the president and the turkish prime minister at the top of the hour, and we will keep the shocked and, obviously we w
a functioning unit, and i had to google and go on many websites to bring up pictures of my shift and send it to the va. somebody looking at my claim on the 30th of this month. yes, it has taken a long time. i am combat wounded. i do think that there are some people out there that are having a hard time, but the thing that remains is the new people that are coming in -- it is going to be so jammed up. twoon just got back from doors in iraq and one in afghanistan, and he is way more messed up than i am. i don't know how to focus all this in. host: do you think the president needs to get more involved in this issue gecko -- issue? caller: i don't know if it takes more involvement, or if it takes determination. it takes people that really think that they have an issue to hang in there and keep doing it. yes, it has taken me a long time, but there are certain ands that were clandestine that have issues. all of us together, if we put our heads together, i am sure you can figure something out. it is like when i came home from overseas -- i bought 72 rifles and 17 handguns thinking the government
are echoing here today. that should be negotiated between the two parties. unlike google people who are using services of bloomberg are entering into a contractual service and paying bloomberg directly for the use of those services. it goes back to now the devil's in the details and people need to review the agreements. the other component that has to be raised is our governmental use of bloomberg terpminals and the information bloomberg might have had access to and their use of that information. when i was at s.e.c. we had access to a bloomberg terminal. there are reports various agencies have reached out to bloomberg to try to understand how the information might have been used. >> what's the gray area, then, ron? >> well, the gray area is if there was no representation made by bloomberg as to the use of information or, quite frankly, clarity that they can use the information internally and not disclose it. there's a statement that was made early on in the segment that some of the information of the instant messages on bloomberg have found their way to the internet. that's a third level of
is being innovative? there's google glass, but that's gotten faulty reviews. facebook, not really. i mean, there's just kind of a lack of innovation across the board. and i still think this management team can do it. >> the problem is that samsung is catching up. so they need to do it quickly. apple needs to kind of create their next ipad. they need to release some, you know, pretty attractive, well-selling products soon. >> yeah, but i think if you look at the ipad mini, it's the best-selling tablet there is. and even the iphone is still the best-selling iphone -- or best-selling smartphone on an individual model basis. >> so let's turn the tables here. because we're all reporters here, but we're also consumers. and when you think about the idea that you could see an appletv, you could see a smart watch, steve jobs' hallmark was finding and creating those things that we didn't even know that we wanted. lena, would you wear an apple watch? would you watch an appletv? what would you, as a consumer, want to see in your life? >> well, i think it's interesting, because now you're seeing some
tailpipe cars. they are benefiting greatly from that. stuart: is google getting close to 900? nicole: well, you know, the analysts were calling for 900. stuart: i am talking microsoft. i think it is up again today. nicole: all right. you have an up arrow there. i cannot get over this tesla story. i have never seen an electric car. i have never seen a plug-in car. all i do is report about them. stuart: i noticed you dismissed microsoft in about one sentence. you go to the garden state plaza mall in new jersey and they have a show room there are. charles: they have a show room there. i actually came in and did a hit. the amount of people in there reminded them of apple stores. that was two days after the "new york times" said it was a bad investment. stuart: it was driving. charles: it looks pretty good. stuart: unions do not like the idea of the coke brothers possibly buying the l.a. times. today they will protest outside the largest shareholder in the tribune company which owns the times. they also sent a letter. it is not consistent. you have to laugh. i am laughing, but it is not funny.
are into the mobile side. they're kind of playing, i would say, the destroyed and google off -- droid and google off against apple. so it should be an interesting battle. they've got execution risk, but you have to look them at these prices. liz: they are the smartest guys when they come to energy-sipping chips. that's what everybody needs, because they complain that the iphone burns out too quickly. some people say they're late to the mobile game. >> yes. there's no question, they have been late to the mobile game, but i think that their efficiency is going to allow them to participate, particularly if google and droid give them the nod to be contempt in their phones. liz: chris, where is it in two years? what's your price? >> my price target is $35-$40 for intel in two years. liz: okay. dividend right now, 3.7%, they keep raising it. let's get to your next pick, and that is cisco. again, one of the old school companies trying to reinvent itself in many ways. >> cisco is also cheap. it has a dave 2ke7b8d, it has plenty of cash. even looked at it and sort of walked away from it over the last few wee
. the chance of winning? oh, just one in 175 million. google making hlgs once again, the tech giant launching a new music service to rival some of its biggest competitors. mandy drury is here with what's moving your money. what can you tell us about the big announcement? >> it's mostly an old exit paid music streaming of $9.99 a month. that competes with pandora. it did make this announcement as it seeks to develop a conference google io yesterday. it signed licensing deals with universal music and sony music entertainment and, of course, those catalogs include lots of popular artists like rihanna and is bob dillon. a deal was struck earlier this year with warner music group. mind you, you've got apple working with music labels about checking a subscription service option on to itunes. so the bottom line is here, for those guys that are playing in the, like now google, as well, it's very crowded, but it does mean more choice for us, the consumer. >> and at chris at this e's, auction was how much? >> a record $26.7 million. >> for one diamond. >> it's perfect. it's pear shaped, it's perfect. i
" is that the people in 20's, now, can actually think when they join a big company like google, i'm going to dash off and email the c.e.o. we're all equals here. equality but also it's immediacy. anythingsed to getting they want whenever they want through new technology and social media so there's that emedeiacy but i also think it's interesting to consider that addition toion, in maybe being lazy, it's also incredibly responsible. they're learning from the we all made. they're not buying houses they buyingfford, they're not cars, they're waiting to get married, they're carrying less selfso i find them to be reflective and aware of what's going on. chris: joe? generation consists of a lot of components. the component i have been , returning veterans from iraq and afghanistan and are special. chris: how are they distinguishing themselves their service from the mass group of people that didn't have the earned self confidence. i think it's the service and sacrifice aspects of it. they know how to govern. they know how serious life is and they are ideaiastistic. chris: our generation rebelled. i think we
th one but i can't. sorry about that. [inaudible] >> yes. i actually googled that the other day and one of my colleagues maybe can say why the names are spelled differently. i know that van roy who actually create d his own name. i think it was after a building. it was kind of a fabricated nome do plume if you will. but i don't know why they are spelled differently. jaca was the nephew. i don't know the answer. my colleagues are shaking their heads so that makes me feel better. >> the obscure a, it been a very popular question about all the lectures that i have given about this exhibition. the camera, is two fferent nd ofway world around you using lenses so to translate what you are seeing onto a page that you are drawing from or on the a canvas that you are painting. we don't know for sure and this is coming verdict sher since it was shadow and optical effects, it almost goes without saying he was an aware of camera obscure abut whether or not he auto it, i'm not sure. the book, which is called secret not knowledge, in this book he postulates that many of the obscure a bar
for us. they know your name and they will google you and i can't wait until they do. >> you will find he studied at the post in malibu, the kendall in fort worth and he's been awarded the prize for best art history book. >> i don't want to get bound up with one approach. i want to go back to a very fundamental obligation of the museum which is to conserve, to show, to communicate and educate. a museum is a place of enlightenment anden enjoyment. both of those are important. >> dr. bailey has been deputy director and chief -- i can feel comfortable with and admire and to be honest, the fact that the fine arts museums of san francisco, in a way are the moment in one and serve like as that for this vibrant community. i'm really excited. i know there is lots of support. what's so exciting in the visits i have made to san francisco is how welcome you feel. that sense of a home, of a place, regardless of size, is very important. and it was thrilling to me to see that there is already suchen enthusiasm for the audience. >> he's talking about the art itself. just listen to the way he enters th
will be doing a conversation with her next thursday, the 28th and that will be live google plus streamed. all sorts of fun technology. but before the publication of her book, and the subsequent film, this was probably one of the most famous compositions by verm ere, certainly the most famous, and has three paintings and i love that the way that the clouds hang so low and it is actually much darker on my screen, but this kind of balance between the rain clouds and the white pufffy clouds and the way that they interacts with the buildings in the city. this competes with two other paintings in the exhibition and i will not say which ones they are and it competes for my favorite painting in the exhibition it is view of harlem with bleaching grounds in the foregrounds and one of the most important innovations for the 17th century, dutch landscape painters was the way that they approached the sky. for any of you who have traveled to the netherlands you know that there is a low horizon line and i have been told that the dutch people and i can be corrected. that they call their clouds the dutch mount
there are san francisco companies like the gap and silicon valley companies like apple and google all contributing. they say that shows the nfl that the entire region is on board and is excited. >> it is just a tremendous excitement about it and i am very happy to see such immediate positive response on this. i think it is going to be the best bid going forward to the national football league owners and they will be thoroughly impressed and we will be excited to host it here in san francisco. while the game is played in santa clara, we will enjoy all of the nfl experience, all of the major events, with the media coverage here in the city. >> the bay area competition is miami, and that city has hosted more super bowls than any other. they are trying to win it. so is the bay area. those trying to bring it here point out we are the new kids on the block so they are working hard to prove the bay area is serious and ready. they will hold a press conference today in an hour to detail the bid to show it is not just about the new stadium or about money only. the mayor said he likes the touch
google, turn our attention to we can innovating around safety. so we agree that legislative efforts are important, and we are pursuing that. but today is all about innovation and please come to the town hall at noon right behind us here and we are going to have a panel discussion about innovation that exists today and where we can go in future. we are just getting started. this effort will be a marathon, not a sprint and we are very, very committed. the effort is called the sandy hook promise innovation initiative. and in tech we love buzz words. so we have three initiatives underneath the sandy hook promise initiative. number one, we have the tech committee to reduce gun violence. the second one is the sandy hook promise investment effort. jim pitco who is going to speak next is going to talk about the tech committee to reduce gun violence and review the sandy hook promise investment effort. but in short, we have gathered 30 of the top angels and vcs in america and their names are in the press kit. who are prioritizing innovation to reduce gun violence. we have a subcommittee that
bowl in 2016 at the 49ers new stadium. google, apple and the gap among the companies donating to the cause. the board of supervisors didn't exactly understate the sell. >> we are the city that knows how to throw a great sporting event. we are the city who knows how to party and entertain millions from around the world. >> you think maybe new orleans might take offense to that. but the bid committee will present next week. miami is the bay area's main competition at this point. >> if you looked at the weather today, it seems like it can't get better than the bay area. >> you would hope the selection committee would take the weather into account. >> what a beautiful day. mother's day great. a little toasty away from the water. we begin to cool things down today. that's not a bad thing. comfortable temperatures outside today. but the cooling trend will continue. a beautiful shot from the rooftop. looking back toward the tower. you had morning cloud cover but plenty of afternoon sunshine. look at the inland temperatures. livermore 82. now look at the city. the sea breeze moved in.
says it is no surprise. some of the big named local donors include, google, apple, hp and the gap. $8million will be going back into the community. >> this has to be more than just about a game, has to be about bringing this passion to our community. >> the 25% will be donated to local youth groups and charities. the big committee is scheduled to leave forilities presentation on sunday. -- for its presentation on sunday -- presentation on sunday. >>> a law maker from southern california prosed a statewide ban on plastic bags won't do much for the environment. >> i got to protect the jobs that are created in the industry in a time -- california is not really -- you know, we haven't came out of the economic depression. >> he says plastic bags are recyclable. he represents an area of los angeles that is home to crown poly, a plastic manufacturing plant. he says he will abstain from voting on the ban. >>> a massive operation to clean up graffiti in san jose begins tonight and some lanes of highway 101 will be shut down. they will target the train above highway 101. officials say lanes in
bowl in 2016 at the 49ers new stadium in santa clara. google, apple, the gap, among the many companies that are donating to the cause. today the president of the san francisco board of supervisors didn't exactly understate the sell. >> we are the city that knows how to throw on a great sporting event. we're the city that knows how to party, that knows how to entertain millions from around the world. >> the bid committee will propose their final decision by next week. miami is the bay area's main competition, but their bid doesn't look so good anymore after florida lawmakers refused to support renovations at the dolphin's stadium. >>> well, the weather played any part in their decision, look at the bay area today. it'd be perfect for a super bowl. >> why not have the game here? >> right, gorgeous. a little humid with the thunderstorms, but for us, just about perfection. we'll be a little cooler and cloudier throughout the forecast. but we'll stay well within that realm of what you would consider comfortable. deep outside with a beautiful nihave not rolled in yet. give it time. san franc
including apple, google, gap, and yahoo. et company said 25% of that money will be donated to help those in poverty who live in the area. >>> in a mother's day parade, what the police now know about the gunman who is still at large tonight. >> plus, caught on camera, a woman kicked off a plane. you don't believe why. details ahead. >>> and we are less than a week away from sfrj san francisco's bay to breakers. coming up next. you kids should count yourselves lucky. we didn't have u-verse back in my day. you couldn't just... guys... there you are. you know you couldn't just pause a show in one room, then... where was i... you couldn't pause a show in one room then start playing it in another. and...i'm talking to myself... [ male announcer ] call to get u-verse tv for just $19 a month for 2 years with qualifying bundles. rethink possible. . >>> we don't know why, but a ssenger on an american airlines flight could not help but sing whitney houston's song, i will always love you. >> her solo started during a flight from los angeles to new york, but her singing quickly became too much for pa
a fraction. investors have been bullish on google for a while now. shares have set new all-time highs gaining almost 6% during that time. >>> the editor and chief has apologized for the actions of some of the reporters who accessed sensitive data about how clients use the bloomberg information terminals found on just about every stock trading desk on wall street and used by the central european blank and germany central bank all examining whether there could have been possible breaches of data usage. >>> outrageous is president obama described the target of groups. speaking at the white house the president said he will not tolerate the targeting of specific groups by a federal agency. >> theirs has independent agency and requires absolute integrity and people have to have confidence that they are applying it in a nonpartisan way. and you should feel that way regardless of party, i don't care whether you are democrat, independent or republican. >> joining us on the fallout of the admitted bias. what if anything did we learn new today from the president and his aides? >> one was the president o
is a direct google translation, not even done in russian. it seems beyond idiotic. >> the only thing missing is a magnifying glass. our american spies this dumb or was this a setup? >> i hope we are not that dumb. it does smell like a set up. there was a film crew today that was nearby while he was being apprehended. could haveians tipped off the film crew. >> that is true. he could have been a spy but the evidence could be fake. we do not know. why would they reveal a letter so fast? why would there be so much out in the open? there are more questions i have about this than answers. it really does look like comedy spy school. >> it does come at a serious time in relations between russia and washington. what kind of damage does this do? >> it depends on what kind of damage the kremlin wants the studio. typically they will try to insulate the spy incidents. that is what happened a couple of years ago with the sleeper incident in 2010. relations were improving and we kind of lost all of that. -- glossed over that. this might be a setup and if there are members that want to torpedo the relation
on google operating system. that's up nearly 20% from a year ago. >>> mark is here now with sports. warriors tonight. >> golden state warriors. and they're hoping that the warriors do a lot better than the giants have so far as they start a road trip. in toronto canada tonight and that of course the first meeting for the giants with milkey cabrera. none of the teammates holding a grudge against cabr era. pablo sandoval throws it wide an error. by the way cabr era has four hits on this pitch. opened the gates against barry zito for a six run sixth inning. another former giant. mark derosa singled center. angel pegan for another error. and toronto leading 10-2 in the bottom of the seventh. meantime check out this video from last night at dodger stadium. as aj ellis hit it deep. bryce harper up against the wall face first. he's known for his all out play. he just didn't have time to brace himself. happy to say he sustained only an 11 stitch cut and a bruised shoulder. he will probably miss a few days easy for me to say not too bad. but that was brutal. meantime fans all across the country mour
for years and last year alone it lost $40 million. >> google chief executive is offering an explanation for a problem with his voice. he says he has been diagnosed with vocal cord paralysis that dates back to when he lost his voice after a bad cold 14 years ago. same thing happened last year and he now will pay for a significant research program into the condition. >> listen up, coffee directors in -- drinkers, a fungus is destroying coffee crop in central america, affecting costa rica, and el salvador, hounders, nicaragua, and panama, and jamaica. coffee production will be down by 17 percent costing 374,000 workers their jobs and the region, half a billion in revenue. the problem is that the leaves are being attacked and the cherries not ripening. central america produces 12 percent of the world's coffee which is sent to the united states, a lot of it. >> in the south bay firefighters are battling a bay at the lockheed martin space systems facility. >> flowers and tears for a young life cut short and what we are lending of a little girl killed >> abc7 news starts right now with live br
francisco's moscone center. that's where google's annual developer conference officially begins. the company uses the three-day io event to introduce its next big thing. this year there are reports that google may unveil a new streaming music service to compete with spotify. last year it introduces the tablets and google glass. >>> and google's ceo larry page, is finally opening up about why he's been yab sent from -- absent from events. he battled a cold 14 years ago, paralyzing his left vocal cord. the problem got worse after another cold last summer and now his right vocal cord is severely restricted. he says he can still handle all of his duties but his voice is soft and raspy. >>> let's bring you up to date on some of the other top stories we're following for you right now. about 45 minutes ago, an expanded search for a missing 9- year-old autistic girl, mikaela lynch, resumed in clearlake. she disappeared over the weekend during a family trip. about 100 law enforcement officers and volunteers are out there searching for her right now. they have received more than 2800 calls from people
bundles. rethink possible. >> pam: will be passed on google i all kron4 dave slate was there this morning this is just a highlight >> personal library blended with hours that's all access. >> reporter: google play music all access. or all access for short. hearing any music you do not owned by streaming through google place store with on limited access. it is like spot a fight or pandora or idea. the new service places it in direct competition competition with the windows services. the all axis string services will try to learn your music taste and serve you of the music you like. nicosia what is coming up next horse with the phone away. for 999 amount u.s. and also giving everyone a 30 day free trial. and that is not all, some of them are very interesting be sure to turn and at kron 4 news at 8:00 p.m. tonight to gate slate kron 4 news. >> pam: bay to breakers reminder of may 19th. you can watch it all here starting at 8:00 a.m. the news as 530 next. [ female announcer ] this is a special message from at&t. [ male announcer ] it's no secret that the price of things just keeps going up. [
to a place that's proudly in the middle of nowhere. it's how they like it. you can see it on google earth. they have turned their magnificently quiet valley into a plus. it's the perfect place to listen in on outer space. that means they need everyone to stay quiet while folks do their work. nbc's kevin tibbles has our report tonight from green bank, west virginia. >> reporter: shh. listening to the heavens requires silence. in today's noisy world tiny green bank, west virginia, is the perfect spot for the national radio astronomy observatory. is this the quietest place in america? >> i would venture to say that yes, it is. >> reporter: the green bank radio telescope or gbt is the largest in the world. it hears what's going on in space. big enough to fit a 60,000-seat football stadium in the palm of its hand. >> we have been able to peer back with the gbt to just after the big bang. >> reporter: to listen deep into the seemingly infinite reaches of our universe you need a very big ear and a very quiet place. just don't look down while you're doing it. they take quiet so seriously it's the
an affidavit and we have to verify. we other >> use google to verify. >> so you wouldn't take into consideration the kind of evidence presented to us today about the appellant that they have taken the groundwork where the city has that research and can verify that. we have a standard and the standard is that they are open and we have to apply that standard. >> right, open, so we are going back to that. if they haven't had their grand opening, then they don't exist? >> they don't count towards it. >> is that the hard line that you take. >> however if the board is inclined to do so, i would request that as crystal clear and explicit, something that we can actually implement successfully because the controls are of no use if we could not successfully repeatedly implement them. if the board is inclined to do that, that is something that we can implement. a clear threshold. is it a signing of a lease issuance of a permit, on the website. >> if the company itself is marketing it as having existing stores is that is a marketing error with the wrong address. it's a little suspect. i d
but it has already been banned. tonight at 10:00 p.m. the privacy concerns cropping up about google glass. >> thank you for trusting ktvu channel 2 news, we are always here for you on and mobile ktvu. thank you so much for joining us. see you at 10:00 p.m. >> good night. ♪ ♪ all around the world ♪ everybody singing along ♪ everybody singing along l♪ never back ♪ it's a long, long way from my home ♪ [ male announcer ] with the best line up of vehicles ever. introducing the new chevrolet. why just go from a to b, when imagination can take you everywhere? here we go. [ male announcer ] chevrolet. find new roads. what's that? here we go. it's a wizard electronic organizer for my dad. i'm goin' to florida for his birthday. how much was it? 200, but i'll tell him it's 50. he doesn't care about the gift. he gets excited about the deal. where are you gettin' a wizard for $50? ah, i'll tell him i got it on the street and maybe it's hot. that's his favorite. i got a message from the rosses at work today. susan's parents? when's the last time you talked with them? at the f
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% in the first quarter. google claglass, the eye wear w the new technology is getting a lot of attention. facebook trying to get something out there. we put these on and go, glass, okay. and give it commands. >> what about tesla? the car is awesome, now the stocks are, too. >> i've driven a tesla. it felt like a lotus to me. i haven't driven the new one. this one is a little bit toppy in terms of price. the people that bet against this one, they have been capitulating. people are excited about the future of this company which is just about turning a profit as well. looks like they'll pay back the money they borrowed from the d.o.e. question marks about the financial profile of the company. >> when people are short the stock, they're betting it will go down. when it does well, they have to cover that and buy some stock. thank you, steve, live for us in london. >>> the fbi has opened an investigation to determine whether or not someone specifically set out to smear senator robert menendez during his re-election campaign. two of the country's top sugar manufacturers were interviewed. one of
espionage. >> so should i be more afraid of the fbi's request or more worried about google glasses? you know, there's this part of me that thinks, hey, yeah, i don't want to put the key under the door for uncle sam to come in because the criminal will use it to break in. but i'm more worried my neighbor is taking pictures of me and i don't know it. >> for now they look so ridiculous. you can see them coming a block away. >> eventually they'll look like that. >> and the the fbi is asking to have everything updated so they have more power. we haven't updated the privacy law. we have a federal law that restricts you on one-way wiretapping of phones. we have that. does that apply to google glass. most people don't know. >> a lot of people don't communicate on phones the way they used to. all this digital communication that is not covered. we're way behind in updating all the privacy protections for our age. >> we have already signed away a lot of the rights on our commercial relationship. >> the risk of adopts this change far exceed the benefits. but what is great about this week is that we're f
&p ended at a record high. a big milestone for google's stock price. it topped $900 for the first time ever after it announced a new streaming music service to compete with pandora. it it also announced a major upgrade to google maps. google seems to be gaining ground at apple's expense. google shares are up while apple is down 18%. the stock market rally is having a positive effect on consumers. we learned consumer confidence climbed to a six-year high this month. most of the good feelings are coming from upper income households more likely to be invest invested in stocks. earn frgs some of the top retailers told a different story about u.s. consumers. walmart said sales at stores open at least a year were down 1% last yaert. the retailer said sales were held back by the payroll tax increase that took effect at the beginning of the year and delayed refunds. >>> macy's reported a 20% increase in profit boosted by tighter cost controls and a 3.8% increase in sales. trouble at jcpenney also helped macy's. jc penny had a decline in sales. they closed the books on the ron johnson era. the apple
to nontraditional devices. trying to go to nontraditional devices. >> when we hear about google glasses and other heads-up displays, this is similar? >> it is similar. >> look under technology goes into this? town --kind of the look under technology goes into this? of technology goes into this? 3g, you would need connectivity. the speeds to screen video and audio and stuff like that. >> why did you come to ces on the hill? why is it important? >> the opportunity to spread the word. we showcased this year in las vegas. showing devices in the innovation sector. >> what else are you showing off? this could be inside the home or healthcare environment. if you have a nurse will be doing her rounds every 20 this match will take the place of that. it can monitor many different biometrics. they can measure health. the north disables to see in real-time -- the nurses able to see in real-time if a patient rolls over in bed or gets up at night. those are events that someone would have to be physically in the room to see. >> she is sitting on the mat stop -- mat. is it going to a cloud? >> it's going to a us
. if you would look to see the current group. a falcon camera shows activities, 24 hours a day. google search falcon camera san jose. >> all right. next at 5:00 -- the white house under fire following a week of controversy. what republicans are saying and your new poll shows how the nation feels about president obama. >> the vote is in. yahoo!'s board made the decision on whether to make a billion dollar purchase. >> another vote that will have a major impact on the bay area just two days away. the latest on the quest to bring the super bowl to santa clara. >> starting to see warmer temperatures around the bay area right now. some places, soaring into the upper 80s. around fairfield and pleasantton. 82, livermore. tomorrow at this time we could be approaching close to 90 degrees. we'll talk a workweekwarm-upen -- warm-up in the forecast when we come back. >>> president obama had to contend with rain and thunder as he delivered a commencement speech in georgia. back in washington the obama administration struggled with a political storm after a week of controversy and distraction. nbc b
, check out the website, i hope you'll follow me on twitter and on google plus. look for @mariabartiromo. >>> first, though, here is a look at the stories coming up in the week ahead that may move the markets and impact your money this week. first quarter earnings reports are out from retailers macy's, walmart, kohl's and jcpenney. last month we get the total retail sales report, get a look at consumer spending there. and wednesday, the producer price index will be produced. the ppi tracks inflation at the wholesale level. thursday the consumer price index to see if we are paying more for our goods. thursday the number of residential units that begun construction last month will be out. >>> finally today, it is as close to perfect as you can get. consumer reports gave the best score it's ever given, a 99 out of 100 to the electric car, the tesla model s. the month partisan, nonprofit magazine cited the tesla's power, handling, and pinpoint interior. tesla just reported the first profitable quarter in the company's ten-year history. by the way, if you're interested, th
out follow me on twitter and google plus. look for me at marie bartiromo. it may move the markets and impact your money. earnings are out from retailers, macy's, walmart, kohl's and j.c. penney. we get the retail sales report, look at consumer spending there. wednesday, the producer price index will be released. the ppi tracks product inflation at the wholesale level. on thursday, we'll get the companion report. the consumer price index to see if we're paying more for our goods. thursday, the number of new residential units that began construction last month will be out. >>> it's as close to perfect as you can get. the best score was given a 99 thanks for being with me. i'll see you next weekend. join a special interview next week. jennifer aniston had a style that launched a thousand haircuts. now the a-list actress is get to go work in the beauty industry. keep it here where we are in the money. i'll see you again next weekend. . but one day it's just gonna be james and her. so as their financial advisor, i'm helping them look at their complete financial picture -- e
by himself and you are correctly cled america's worst mom. if you google america's wot on it is you. >> 77 google pages which was at last count. john: maybe you are. >> maybe but there is a lot of people to start to agree with me and realize for some reason we have been sold on the idea this generation can do anything on their own. my friends granddaughter is enrolled at what class? seven months old what do they do? >> she is enrolled in crawling class. i guess this is what you get on your way out in these of our baby kneepads because you decorated the nursery crash glass. this is around because we're told this generation is so vulnerable they cannot do anything safely or successfully that is why they're not outside playing and this is just the tip of the iceberg. john: you started take our children to the parking and leavthem there day. >> by a popur holiday. you take your children to the part that is closest to you because this stage some go to magnetr special ed or parhial a they don't necessarily know all the same children in the neighborhood. you bring them to the local rk at the ages
. google youtube has community standards which are quite admirable. they cannot pre-screen everything goes up. for a time, i had someone on my homeland security staff trying to follow these web sites. when he would see one that was violent, he would make a complaint to youtube. they would submit it to a board, and they pulled a lot of them down. it is very hard to do this. i do not want to go on too long, but i will say two things. in this case, one of the things i am agitated about is why no one was particularly looking for the name tamerlan tsarnaev. when he came back from chechnya and put up at channel, somebody should have been on him. second, and most important, the responders to this ideology are in the muslim community. again, the majority do not share this ideology, but there are allies. the muslim american community is probably one of our greatest allies in the effort to stop the ideology. it is not as easy as stopping an enemy. forgive me, but as thrilled as i was when we took down osama bin ladin, and as hard as that was, that was a direct target. it is a lot harder to confront
for they give you the money back. google users have something to celebrate, tripled the free storage capacity for google plus drive and g gmail. amazon deposited 500 amazon coins equal to $5 to every active kindle fire account to purchase apps and make >> covering walnut creek, burlingame, campbell and all the bay area this is abc7 news. >> welcome back at 5:14. sanford researchers have discovered a killer frog in san francisco that does not harm humans but it is a threat to other amphibians with a deadly infection found at lily pond and the african frog testified for for a pathogen responsible for the decline or extinction of 200 amphibian species. they were first brought to the united states in the 20th century for the purpose of pregnancy testing. >> investigators are trying to determine the cause of a car fire that closed down part of highway four. it was engulfed in flames last night. no one was hurt. crews closed down one lane of traffic on highway 4 to clean up. >> dip car could become to downtown mountain view. the city council will consider letting the san francisco-based car sharing
was by boat. >>> google ceo larry page is offering an explanation about health problems that scared investors last summer. he mysteriously losthis voice and cancelled two key speaking engagements. today payge wrote on his google page the problem started with a cold two years ago that impaired his left vocal cord. his voice is soft and ration -- and raspy. >>> yahoo plans to step up his advertising and marketing efforts in an attempt to attract younger and cooler users. the web portal which says it betreen the 18 to 25 year s bracket. part of the plan for yahoo to be cool again calls for more advertising on outdoor billboards and sporting events. >>> it was a good day on wall street. trading hit 52 week highs. the dow finished 123 points higher. nasdaq up by 24. the s & p was up 16 points at the close. >>> more now on our breaking news from south san jose where a young child has been hit and killed. these are live pictures from news chopper 2. over the scene this happened in the 300 block of blue field drive in south san jose. that is a residential area. here's what we know. a child, a 2-year
google's new radio business. >> and the business of art as the second hour of "squawk box" begins right now. >>> welcome back to "squawk box" on cnbc, i'm kayla tausche along with joe kernan and robert frank. becky and andrew are both on assignment. the futures right now are indicated slightly higher right now. the s&p at an implied open of just shy of one point. the dow would open shy of eight points. and here your morning headlines on this wednesday morning. attorney general eric holder has a date with congress today. he'll appear before the house judiciary committee and will face a question from the monitoring of a.p. phone records to the targeting of conservative groups by the irs, to the government's handling of information related to the boston marathon bombings. >>> google holds the conference in san francisco today, it's expected to unveil a variety of new products and services, more on google and a possible new radio service in just a few minutes. and boeing senior vice president says the president is planning to fix batteries on all the 787 dreamliners by the end of the month.
into pandora, google will stuart a music streaming service and universal and sony have signed on to license songs for google service to get more people into the droid operating system. apple is planning a music service, as well, so a lot of choices for consumers. we have been hitting record highs each day at the market but pulling back this morning. we still have the hole trading day. the trading index for silicon valley is lower but not by much. >> wealthy manhattan moms figured a way to cut long lines as disney in florida and you could shake your heads. rich moms are hiring disabled tour guides so their kids can cut in front of long lines the so-called black market disney guides run $130 an hour or $1,000 a day. disney policy allows guests with wheelchairs or motorized scooter to bring up to six guests to a more convenient entrance. disney is the parent company of abc7 news. >> if they have the money there is a v.i.p. escort service they provide and that is a few thousand they will get you to the front of the line and you do not have to lie and cheat. what kind of message does that send.
california is also kicking off. >>> google is giving streaming music a run for its money. mountain view based company unveiled its all access music service today. for $10 a month android phone and tablet losers will be able to stream millions of songs. all access will compete with -- google's ceo larry page took the stage today. >> the opportunities we have are tremendous. we haven't seen this rate of change in computing for a long time. probably not since the birth of personal computing. >> page's remarks ranged from the need to encourage children to pursue a career in computer sciences to the constant competition in the technology industry. page had skipped public events because of his voice. he refused to explain the problem. >>> arson is suspected in an apartment fire that left two residents with minor injuries. the fire broke out shortly after 5:00 this morning at a complex on oak side road which elementary school. news chopper 2 was over the fire shortly after it began. the flames were spreading quickly opinion even people next door were evacuated. >> i grabbed everything that valuable
a republican meeting sporting google glasses. a voice activated computer attached to a pair of glasses. it was recounted on twitter, quote, michele bachmann tries to google glasses today. the website she visits first, go to drudge, she says. so the first foray into the latest wave of technology was to the drudge report. finally, we turn to the new york time cross word puzzle. 54 across. chris matthews' channel. five letters. come on. an easy one. you're watching it. msnbc. >>> up next, i've had big questions about whether president obama is really in charge of this government. tonight, he did the smart thing. the tough thing. by firing the active head of the irs. is he starting to take control of the government again? let's see. >>> president obama took command tonight, certainly. he spoke clearly, crisply and unflinchingly about the scandal at the irs. he needed to do that because at time it has seemed there was no firm hand on the wheel at the white house. no ceo running the show behind the scenes. joining me now is glen and michael. i'm going to give time to express my opinion and i
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